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Kenneth Gordon Strader

 

A resident of Morrisburg for the past 24 years, Kenneth Gordon Strader passed away at Winchester District Memorial Hospital on Monday, October 15, 2012. He was 82.     

Ken was born April 26, 1930, to Grace and Dwight Strader, on the original Strader farm in Dundela. He was the eldest of nine children; five girls and four boys. Everyone knew him as Ken. He was a long-standing resident of Matilda Township, having lived briefly in Florida, before returning to South Dundas. 

Ken met his share of challenges in life. He suffered complications at birth; however, it did not prevent him from accomplishing what he set out to do in life.

Being the risk taker that he was and never afraid of taking on a challenge Ken undertook many projects. The first being to own and operate his first school bus in 1954, which he later expanded to include several school buses and highway coaches. 

He was forever envisioning ways to get ahead in life. The bus lines didn’t seem to capture his energy level enough, so he added a new venture being the “Stra-Dish” Restaurant, which he opened in April, 1958, at the young age of 28. 

During this time, he met the love of his life, Linda Marie Payne. They were married at Elma in 1959, and in 1960, their daughter Penny was born. 

While carrying out his role as a husband and father, Ken still found time to own/operate several businesses, including a snowmobile franchise, Admiral appliance dealership, a used car dealership, and he even dabbled in real estate. 

Ken always had a passion to live life in the sunny south so in the late 70’s he made that dream come true when he sold his businesses in Canada and moved the family to Dade City, Florida where he purchased an orange grove and later opened a coffee shop. He expanded the coffee shop to become a full menu diner which was family owned and operated until 1987, at which it was dissolved and the family returned to Canada.

Ken enjoyed carpentry and sitting and drinking coffee with family and friends, until the wee hours of the morning. 

Friday night was family night at the Daffodil Restaurant in Iroquois, after which he would settle in at Cephus Sypes’ kitchen table for many hours of attempting to solve the world’s problems over several pots of coffee. Ken was known to pull in a driveway for a visit where ever he could find the kitchen light on.

Ken often spoke of things from the past; old buildings, antique cars or furniture, or attending auction sales with his grandmother Nettie Bell Strader. 

His most prized possession was an RCA Victrola from the 1920’s that he purchased at the age of 15, with money borrowed from his grandmother. Ken’s daughter is still the proud owner of that Victrola.

Ken was always willing to share his knowledge of history, politics, and life in general. He was never afraid to share his opinion on any matter, regardless of whom he offended.

He will be remembered most for his natural spirit of giving. To his family and friends, he was a very kind person and was always ready to help. He always had a solution to every problem and had his ways of making things simple. He never asked anyone for help, but he was a very generous man…never wanting to be acknowledged for anything he did. When he helped, he simply helped out of the kindness of his heart; ensuring that everyone had a means to get ahead in life.

Ken made sure that his daughter never lacked for anything, however, he ruled with an iron fist. He encouraged Penny to try different things in life including piano lessons, singing in the church choir, and most of all becoming a “lady”. As a father, he didn’t always agree with all his daughter’s choices in life, but he was always there to support her.

Growing up on a farm, Ken was very fond of animals. After Linda passed away in 1988, Ken’s best friend was his cat “Buster”. Buster held a special place in his heart and Ken truly enjoyed his companionship.

Ken is survived by his daughter Penny Strader-McMillan (Jim) of Iroquois, his siblings Edna Disheau (Arthur Jackson) of Brechin, Lorna (Ernie) Lascelle of Inkerman and Willie (Audrey) of Cardinal.  

He was predeceased by his wife Linda, his brothers Glen and John and sisters Jean Jensen, Margaret Barkley and Anna Casselman-Nicolier.  He is also survived by nieces and nephews.

Friends called at the Marsden and McLaughlin Funeral Home, Williamsburg, on Wednesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. 

Funeral service was held at the funeral home on Thursday, October 18th at 11 a.m., with Rev. Janet Evans officiating.  Cremation  followed.

Pallbearers were Shawn McMillan, Steven McMillan, Cephus Sypes, Guy Hart, Gary Hart and Keith  Beckstead.  

Interment of cremated remains was at Dundela Cemetery.  Donations to the O.S.P.C.A. would be gratefully acknowledged by the family. Online condolences may be made at marsdenmclaughlin.com.

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Giuseppe “Joe” Vogrig

 

A resident of the Williamsburg area for the past 24 years, Joe Vogrig passed away at Winchester District Memorial Hospital on Saturday, October 6, 2012.  He was 80 years of age.

Joe was born in Grimacco, Italy, on March 12, 1932, to his parents Antonio and Teresa Vogrig.  

Joe’s talent for singing and dancing, as well as his quick sense of humour and charm, made him the life of many parties. 

He sang with the Coro di Alpini in Ottawa as well as with his wife, Clara, with beautiful harmonies typical of his birthplace in the hills of Friuli Venezia Giulia, in Italy. 

Although Joe grew up in a Slovenian community in Italy, he spent time working in Belgium, leading him to speak four languages fluently: Italian, Slovenian dialect, French and English. 

Joe was also a talented artist. His numerous woodcarvings have been displayed in many cultural exhibits in Ottawa, viewed by many with great admiration. A portion of his work has been entrusted to the Unione Emigranti Sloveni del Friuli Venezia Giulia, who is honoured to have such an magnificent demonstration of its cultural heritage.

Joe was passionate about sports, especially soccer and hockey, and his beloved Toronto Maple Leafs. He was an amateur boxer in Italy. He was admired by many in Italy and here in Canada for his height, earning him the nickname, “Big Joe”. 

Joe was a valued construction worker, having helped build many homes, offices and structures enjoyed in Ottawa today.

Joe is survived by his wife of 56 years, Clara, and his children Isabel Cheney of Winchester, Susanna (Tony) Prinzo of Ottawa and Anthony (Sandra) Vogrig of Winchester. 

He was the proud grandfather of Tracy (deceased), Carmela, Carla, Nadia (John), Giacomo, Jeff and Cristiano.  

Nonno Joe will be fondly remembered by loving family and dear friends in Canada and Italy. 

He was predeceased by his parents Antonio and Teresa Vogrig and his brothers Aldo and Antonio Vogrig. 

A private family funeral service was held at the Marsden and McLaughlin Funeral Home, Williamsburg, on Saturday, October 13th at 1 p.m. with Father Cosmas Ajawara officiating.  

For those wishing to honour Nonno Joe, please consider a donation in his memory to Winchester District Memorial Hospital. Online condolences may be made at marsdenmclaughlin.com.

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John

 

John “Joe” Beltman passed away at Winchester District Memorial Hospital, on Thursday, October 4, 2012, at the age of 76 years.

Born in Holland on June 17, 1936, John emigrated to Canada in 1957. In 1958, he met Agatha Neinhuis and the two were married in Holland on February 10, 1959. 

Following their marriage, John and Agatha bought a farm in Iroquois, and there they raised their daughters, Ann Marie and Karen. 

In 1992, they retired from the farm and moved into town to a home that overlooks the St. Lawrence River. Together they enjoyed many winters in Florida. 

John loved to play cards in his retirement years, and he has left behind many of his card friends including Emmy. He also enjoyed shuffleboard.

John was a member of St. Cecilia’s Roman Catholic Church.

John was the dearly beloved husband of the late Agatha Neinhuis (2001), and dear friend of Emmy Van Adrichem. Mourning his loss are daughters Ann Marie (Robin) Smith and Karen (Donald) Merkley. He will be sadly missed by his grandchildren Jennifer and Ashley Smith and Derek and Kaitlyn Merkley. 

Also surviving are brothers Gerald Beltman (the late Willemien Haverkamp) friend of Truus Keinhuis and Henk (Mieke) Beltman all of Holland. 

Sisters-in-law who are saddened by his loss are Greta (Henny) Steneker and Corry Neinhuis of Holland, Coby Bols of Russell and Thea Van Dam of Stratford. He will be fondly remembered by brother-in-law Herman Neinhuis of Holland. John is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

He was predeceased by his parents Johannes and Anna (Oosterkamp) Beltman and  his stepmother Marie (van den Akker), by his sister-in-law Tina (Jan Stiekma) and his brothers-in -law Jan (Annie), Herman (Leen), Frans (Truus), John Neinhuis all of Holland, Rudolf Bols of Russell and Martin Van Dam of Stratford.

Memorial donations to Winchester District Memorial Hospital or St. Cecilia’s Church in Iroquois were appreciated by the family. 

Funeral mass was celebrated at St. Cecilia’s Roman Catholic Church in Iroquois with Father Chisholm officiating. Interment followed at St. Mary’s Cemetery in Morrisburg. Pallbearers were Lloyd McMillan, Hans Verbruggen, Peter VanderPoel, John Groniger, Robin Smith and Donald Merkley.

 

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Kenneth Gordon Strader

 

A resident of Morrisburg for the past 24 years, Kenneth Gordon Strader passed away at Winchester District Memorial Hospital on Monday, October 15, 2012. He was 82.     

Ken was born April 26, 1930, to Grace and Dwight Strader, on the original Strader farm in Dundela. He was the eldest of nine children; five girls and four boys. Everyone knew him as Ken. He was a long-standing resident of Matilda Township, having lived briefly in Florida, before returning to South Dundas. 

Ken met his share of challenges in life. He suffered complications at birth; however, it did not prevent him from accomplishing what he set out to do in life.

Being the risk taker that he was and never afraid of taking on a challenge Ken undertook many projects. The first being to own and operate his first school bus in 1954, which he later expanded to include several school buses and highway coaches. 

He was forever envisioning ways to get ahead in life. The bus lines didn’t seem to capture his energy level enough, so he added a new venture being the “Stra-Dish” Restaurant, which he opened in April, 1958, at the young age of 28. 

During this time, he met the love of his life, Linda Marie Payne. They were married at Elma in 1959, and in 1960, their daughter Penny was born. 

While carrying out his role as a husband and father, Ken still found time to own/operate several businesses, including a snowmobile franchise, Admiral appliance dealership, a used car dealership, and he even dabbled in real estate. 

Ken always had a passion to live life in the sunny south so in the late 70’s he made that dream come true when he sold his businesses in Canada and moved the family to Dade City, Florida where he purchased an orange grove and later opened a coffee shop. He expanded the coffee shop to become a full menu diner which was family owned and operated until 1987, at which it was dissolved and the family returned to Canada.

Ken enjoyed carpentry and sitting and drinking coffee with family and friends, until the wee hours of the morning. 

Friday night was family night at the Daffodil Restaurant in Iroquois, after which he would settle in at Cephus Sypes’ kitchen table for many hours of attempting to solve the world’s problems over several pots of coffee. Ken was known to pull in a driveway for a visit where ever he could find the kitchen light on.

Ken often spoke of things from the past; old buildings, antique cars or furniture, or attending auction sales with his grandmother Nettie Bell Strader. 

His most prized possession was an RCA Victrola from the 1920’s that he purchased at the age of 15, with money borrowed from his grandmother. Ken’s daughter is still the proud owner of that Victrola.

Ken was always willing to share his knowledge of history, politics, and life in general. He was never afraid to share his opinion on any matter, regardless of whom he offended.

He will be remembered most for his natural spirit of giving. To his family and friends, he was a very kind person and was always ready to help. He always had a solution to every problem and had his ways of making things simple. He never asked anyone for help, but he was a very generous man…never wanting to be acknowledged for anything he did. When he helped, he simply helped out of the kindness of his heart; ensuring that everyone had a means to get ahead in life.

Ken made sure that his daughter never lacked for anything, however, he ruled with an iron fist. He encouraged Penny to try different things in life including piano lessons, singing in the church choir, and most of all becoming a “lady”. As a father, he didn’t always agree with all his daughter’s choices in life, but he was always there to support her.

Growing up on a farm, Ken was very fond of animals. After Linda passed away in 1988, Ken’s best friend was his cat “Buster”. Buster held a special place in his heart and Ken truly enjoyed his companionship.

Ken is survived by his daughter Penny Strader-McMillan (Jim) of Iroquois, his siblings Edna Disheau (Arthur Jackson) of Brechin, Lorna (Ernie) Lascelle of Inkerman and Willie (Audrey) of Cardinal.  

He was predeceased by his wife Linda, his brothers Glen and John and sisters Jean Jensen, Margaret Barkley and Anna Casselman-Nicolier.  He is also survived by nieces and nephews.

Friends called at the Marsden and McLaughlin Funeral Home, Williamsburg, on Wednesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. 

Funeral service was held at the funeral home on Thursday, October 18th at 11 a.m., with Rev. Janet Evans officiating.  Cremation  followed.

Pallbearers were Shawn McMillan, Steven McMillan, Cephus Sypes, Guy Hart, Gary Hart and Keith  Beckstead.  

Interment of cremated remains was at Dundela Cemetery.  Donations to the O.S.P.C.A. would be gratefully acknowledged by the family. Online condolences may be made at marsdenmclaughlin.com.

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Dorcas

 

Dorcas “Dot” Henophy passed away at the Ottawa Heart Institute on Friday, October 5, 2012. She was 76 years old.

Dorcas was born in Ottawa on October 28, 1935. She was an only child, raised by a single mom, and was baptized Dorcas Margaret Martin in the Anglican tradition. After completing her secondary school education, she went to work briefly for Bell Canada. From there she accepted a Government of Canada position with the Department of Health and Welfare where she remained until receiving what she called her “golden handshake.”

Along the way, Dot met and married Carl Patrick Henophy, and the couple lived in Ottawa for most of their married life. They moved to Froatburn shortly before Dot’s retirement.

It was a terrible blow for Dot when Carl died tragically and suddenly in November 1992.  Following the funeral, Dot leaned heavily upon her faith and began worshipping regularly at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Morrisburg.

She became a confirmed member in 1993, and immediately began to take full part in the life and ministry of St. Paul’s. She loved to sing and had a wonderful voice and took part in weekly choir rehearsals and Sunday services.

Besides singing in the choir, Dot taught Sunday School, served as the SCS superintendent, and for two terms she held a position as a member of the Church Council. She was the recording secretary for approximately six years and kept wonderful records, something her many years at health and welfare had taught her.

In 2005, Dot joined St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in Dunbar where she also served on Church Council from 2006 to 2012. Twice each year she took part in the “Adopt-a-Road” program as St. Luke’s supply driver.

Being born during the great depression, raised by a single mom for sometime in the grandparents’ home, she learned self-reliance and independence…at least until she met the love of her life: Carl.  

Dot and Carl were soul-mates doing everything together: camping, fishing, playing cribbage, and watching Nascar races. They’d head out to their trailer in upper New York state at every opportunity to enjoy each other’s company.

If one had to sum up Dot’s personality or character in a handful of words or phrases you’d say that she was: loyal, loving, generous, and deeply spiritual. On the other hand she could also be quite stubborn, and even a bit cantankerous at times. 

But most of all Dot was ever a true friend who loved to laugh and knew how to have fun even during these last three difficult years. She loved to knit and could sew like her biblical namesake, Dorcas. She enjoyed shopping –recreational and otherwise. 

Dot will be fondly remembered by her nieces and nephews and many friends throughout the area. 

Friends called at the Marsden and McLaughlin Funeral Home, Williamsburg, on Wednesday from  2-4 and 7-9 p.m. 

Funeral service was held at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, Dunbar, on Thursday, October 11th at 11 a.m., with Rev. Joachim  Barkley-Probst officiating.  

Interment of cremated remains followed at New Union Cemetery, Williamsburg.  

Donations to the charity of your choice or St. Luke’s Lutheran Church would be gratefully acknowledged by the family.  Online condolences may be made at marsdenmclaughlin.com.

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Janet Eldridge

 

A former resident of the Morrisburg area, Janet Eldridge  (nee Beckstead) passed away with her family by her side at the Erin Mills Hospital in Mississauga on Tuesday, September 25. She was 53 years old.

Janet was the daughter of the late Dale Beckstead and the late Audrey Brock. She was born at Winchester District Memorial Hospital on October 10, 1958.

Janet attended local schools and continued her education at college in London, Ontario. She began her career as a booking agent with Wardair and eventually Air Canada. She retired from Air Canada in 2010.

In October of 1987, Janet married Herbert Eldridge and together they had two daughters Elicia and Karina. Janet enjoyed time spent at the family cottage, her time with her children and with her Rainbow girls.

Janet is survived by her husband Herb, and by her daughters Elicia and Karina all of Mississauga.

She will be lovingly remembered by her brother Rodney (Sandra) Beckstead of Morrisburg and by her sisters Viki MacFayden of Mississauga and Candace Beckstead of St. Catharines.

She was predeceased by her father and mother and by her brother Tom (Kathy) Beckstead.

Arrangements were handled by the Turner and Porter Funeral Home in Mississauga, Ontario, where a celebration of life was held at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, September 29.

Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society in memory of Janet will be gratefully appreciated by the family.

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Donalda Jean Banford

 

Donalda Jean Banford passed away at the Winchester District Memorial Hospital, on Monday, September 17, 2012. She was in her 96th year.  

Donalda was born on June 5, 1916, in Williamsburg Township to the late Clarence  Beckstead and the former Hattie Fader.  She was educated in Morrisburg.  

In 1937, she married Donald Coleron who died in December of 1944.  Donalda moved to Iroquois where she raised her three girls Marilyn, Carole and Judy, and worked at Saver`s Store. 

Donalda loved travel and lawn bowling and was an avid bingo player.  

On September 1, 1957, Donalda married Arthur Banford at St. John`s Anglican Church in Iroquois.  She and Art enjoyed many years together.  After Art’s death, Donalda moved to the Roma Apartments in Iroquois where she live for 10 years. She then moved to the Hartford Home in Morrisburg where she lived until her passing.  

Donald leaves to mourn two daughters, Marilyn Coir and her husband Neil of Canton, N.Y., and Carole Brouse of Iroquois.   

She is survived by her son-in-law David Barton of Sorrento, BC, and was cherished grandmother to Jennifer and Doug Collins of Beston, Mass; Greg and Alex Coir of Newbury Port, Mass; Marc and Melanie Price of Kelowna BC; Monica and Mike Hammerton of Abbotsford BC. She will be fondly remembered by eight great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. 

Donald will always be remembered and loved by her family and many friends.  She was predeceased by her parents, her husbands, her daughter Judy Barton, her brother Denzil Beckstead and her son-in-law Fred Brouse. 

Friends called at the Marsden and McLaughlin Funeral Home Iroquois on Tuesday, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.  Funeral service was held at St. John’s Anglican Church in Iroquois on Wednesday, September 19, 2012 at 1:30 p.m.  

Donations to Winchester District Memorial Hospital or St. John’s Anglican Church would be gratefully acknowledged by the family.  

Interment was at Knox Presbyterian Cemetery, Iroquois.  Online condolences may be made at marsdenmclaughlin.com.

 

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Richard Hess

 

A resident of the Williamsburg area for the past 55 years, Richard Hess passed away at the Ottawa General Hospital on Thursday, October 4, 2012. He was 64. 

Richard was born on March 21st, 1948, to his parents Graham and Emma Hess (nee Merkley).  They were living in Cornwall at the time, but a few years after Richard’s birth they moved to a farm along the St. Lawrence River where the train now sits at Upper Canada Village. 

Richard started school there and this is where his sister, Judy was born in 1953. 

With the advent of the Seaway, Graham’s farm was expropriated, and that’s when the family moved to the Sixth Concession farm north of Williamsburg. 

In 1968, the family purchased the Don and Mary Hess farm immediately west of their family farm. There they converted the barn to suit their milking cows and rented the house. This farm eventually became Richard’s well-known ‘Hesshill Farms’.   

In 1968, Richard met Jane Casselman, and six years later, on March 29th, 1974, they were married. 

Jill, his daughter was born on March 6th, 1975, and Ricky, his son, was born on July 14th,1978.  Richard was also the proud grandpa of Dougie and Bobby Robinson and Emma Jane Hess.

In addition to being a successful dairy farmer, Richard had many other interests. He was a member of the I.O.O.F. in Williamsburg and sat on the Winchester District Memorial Hospital board. 

He enjoyed hockey and ball, both as a player and as a spectator, and was involved with minor hockey in Morrisburg. He was an avid hunter and fisherman, a real outdoorsman.  

Richard had many wonderful friends who will remember his big smile and that twinkle in his eye. He spent countless hours with Jane along with their children and grandchildren and has left them many precious memories to cherish over the years.

Richard is survived by his wife Jane Hess (nee Casselman), his children Jill (Doug) Robinson of Finch and Rick (Suzanne) of Williamsburg, his father Graham Hess (Jean Sheldrick) of Williamsburg and his sister Judy Raistrick of Greely.  He was the proud grandpa of Doug, Bob and Emma Jane. He is also survived by nieces and nephews. 

Richard was predeceased by his mother Emma Hess (nee Merkley) on November 29, 1996.    

Friends called at the Marsden and McLaughlin Funeral Home, Williamsburg, on Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral service was held at  St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, Williamsburg, on Wednesday, October 10th at 11 a.m., with Rev. Norine Gullons officiating. Pallbearers were Dale Casselman, Hubert Barkley, John Dickey and Roger Morrell.  Honorary pallbearers were Garry Whitteker, Donnie Whitteker, Bruce Kerry, Rene Morin, Gaeten Perreault and Rheal Perreault.  

Donations to the Ottawa Regional Cancer Centre would be gratefully acknowledged by the family.  Online condolences may be made at marsdenmclaughlin.com.

 

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Gladys Shaver

 

A lifelong resident of the community, Gladys Alice Shaver died peacefully at the Dundas Manor Nursing Home in Winchester on Friday, September 21, 2012, at the age of 85 years.  

Gladys was born on July 29, 1927, in Williamsburg Township to Wilburn Hall and the former Minnie Robertson. 

She was raised and educated in the Iroquois area and on June 22, 1945, in Iroquois, Gladys married Dwayne Shaver.  

Together Gladys and Dwayne raised four children; Norma (Steve) McMillan of Morrisburg, Danny (Laura) of Brinston, Tim (Suzanne) of Cardinal and the late Larry Shaver.  

Gladys was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. She lived for her offspring.  Her grandchildren were her pride and joy.  

Gladys was an avid gardener, and she won a prize for the best garden in Iroquois.  She loved to knit and made beautiful sweaters for her family. She was also a great cook and loved to bake. 

Gladys and Dwayne loved to travel and they had a real fondness for Tim Horton’s where they spent many mornings for coffee.

Gladys is survived by her children Norma (Steve) McMillan of Morrisburg, Danny (Laura) of Brinston and Tim (Susan) of Cardinal.  

She was dear sister of Eleanor Duff of Morrisburg, Lloyd (Jennie) Hall of Iroquois, Viola (Jim) Fawcett of Iroquois and Garry Hall of Morrisburg and she will be sadly missed by six grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.  

She is also survived by many nieces and nephews.  

Gladys was predeceased by her son Larry, her sister Doris Storey and her brothers Clifford and Clayton.  

Friends called at the Marsden McLaughlin Funeral Home in Iroquois on Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.  Funeral service was at the funeral home on Monday, September 24, 2012, at 1:30 p.m. 

Donations to the Alzheimer’s Society or the Dundas Manor in Winchester would be gratefully acknowledged by the family.  Interment was at Spruce Haven in Brinston.  

Online condolences may be made at marsdenmclaughlin.com.

 

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Charles Lee

 

A former resident of R.R.#1 Williamsburg, Charles Lee passed away at Winchester District Memorial Hospital on Saturday, September 22, 2012. He was 88.  

Charles was the beloved husband of the late Billie Lee (nee Moulds).  

He was dear stepfather of John Arseneault of Morrisburg, Lynda Gridgeman of South Mountain and Jim Arseneault of Kanata, and dear brother of Hazel Wilkinson of Ottawa and Norma Kingsbury of Sebring, Florida.

He is also survived by nieces and nephews.  

Charles was predeceased by his stepson Dick Arseneault, his sister Lillian Cowie and his brother Frank Lee.

Friends called at the Marsden and McLaughlin Funeral Home, Williamsburg, on Sunday from 1 p.m. until time of service.  

The funeral service was held at the funeral home on Sunday, September 30th at 3 p.m., with Rev. Janet Evans officiating.  Cremation followed. 

Interment of cremated remains will be at Capital Memorial Gardens, Manotick.   

Donations to C.N.I.B. would be gratefully acknowledged by the family.  Online condolences may be made at marsdenmclaughlin.com.

 

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